Prince Edward Island National Park
This park spans 39 kilometers (24 miles) along the north shore of Prince Edward Island from Cavendish to Dalvay, including five kilometers (three miles) along the western tip of the Greenwich Peninsula. Natural beauty abounds here in the form of red cliffs and white sandy beaches, with Dalvay-by-the-Sea and Cavendish Beach as popular options. In addition to beaches, the park has hiking and biking trails that wind through dunes, marshes and woodlands.
By Stacey Zable
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North Rustico, Dalvay by the Sea, PE C0A 1P0, Canada